Craig and Sharon Campbell’s Harmony Orchard has been in the Campbell family since the 1940’s when their grandfather homesteaded the land, and they have farmed the land organically for the last 20 years.
The orchard is perched above the confluence of the Tieton and Naches rivers at an elevation of 2000-feet, considered high for a growing region in Washington State, giving them the advantage of growing fruit at slightly cooler temperatures. The long sunny days, cool nights and fertile soils craft exceptionally great tasting apples, pears, cherries and apricots.
During the holidays Harmony Orchards packs a gift box of their apples because they never tire of people saying, “Thank you for sending fruit that tastes like the fruit of my childhood.”
Please visit the Harmony Orchards website to learn about the varieties of fruit they grow and how to order Gift Boxes: harmonyorchards.com